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How am I supposed to find time to plan and teach classroom lessons on top of individual and small group lessons? Have you asked yourself this question before? Doing it ALL can be overwhelming! But the good news is that there are ways to make it all less stressful.

In today’s episode, we are doing a deep dive on classroom counseling lessons. We are looking at small, actionable steps that you can take to meet your goal of seeing all the students on your caseload with as little stress as possible. I am giving you 3 simple steps to help with scheduling and teaching lessons, tips on how to easily complete these tasks, and a way to outsource some of your workload! We all want things to be less complicated and more efficient, especially when we have a huge caseload, and this episode is loaded with tips to help!

If you’re looking for more ideas to help keep your students engaged during these classroom lessons, I am giving you a FREE cheat sheet with 15 strategies to help keep your students engaged and learning during your time with them!

Some topics covered in this episode are:

  • How is the ASCA conference and if I suggest going

  • The easiest way to start off classroom lessons for the first month of school

  • 3 tips to help reduce the overwhelm of schedule, plan, and teach all of your class, group, and one on one sessions 

  • How to implement these 3 tips with minimal stress

  • Grab the free cheat sheet of 15 engagement strategies to use this year

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More About School Counseling Simplified:

School Counseling Simplified is a podcast offering easy to implement strategies for busy school counselors. The host, Rachel Davis from Bright Futures Counseling, shares tips and tricks she has learned from her years of experience as a school counselor both in the US and at an international school in Costa Rica.

You can listen to School Counseling Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more!


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